Suryakumar Yadav on Sachin Tendulkar
IND vs NZ: I Have Learned a Lot from Sachin Tendulkar When I Used to Play Franchise Cricket – Suryakumar Yadav
Team Indian Batter Suryakumar Yadav discussed the praise he earned for his outstanding performance. Playing against New Zealand in the Second T20I on Sunday, November 20. The Mumbai-born Player joined KL Rahul and Rohit Sharma as the only other Indians to score multiple T20I Hundreds.
In the Last match, the batter showed his classic form of cricket and the game he owns play he owns and amazed the fans with a knock of 111 of just 49 balls at Mount Maunganui, and that hat commanded the victory over the black caps. Receiving congratulations from all over the world’s cricketing community.
Also, he is known as the 360-degree batsman by his fans as he plays all over and around the park. At this moment the batter’s career is at its peak and he is diligent in playing cricket at any stage.
Yadav’s innings, which made him one of the best T20I batters the country has ever produced, astounded spectators and retired cricket players.
Speaking on the most recent episode of Chahal TV
Suryakumar quoted it feels good to receive good compliments from some like Sachin Tendulkar and Virat Kohli. It feels very good when you receive the best wishes from a person you admire. Watching them you learned playing cricket. It was a fan boy moment for me as I have seen him always as an idol when started playing for clubs and franchises.
Suryakumar Yadav on Sachin Tendulkar: “It feels good when people send messages or tweets about my innings, I have learned a lot from Sachin Tendulkar sir when I used to play franchise cricket with him. I also learn a lot from Virat Kohli when we play together now, it feels very good.”
Almost 10 years ago when Suryakumar Yadav was beginning his Indian Premier League IPL career, he Shared a dressing room with Sachin Tendulkar. When he was retained by the Mumbai Indians in 2018 after doing well for the Kolkata Knight Riders, they were reunited.
Home crowds have consistently supported Team India at sites over the years. And this was true for the second T20I at Mount Maunganui. As they witnessed a knockout for the ages from Surya Kumar Yadav. The supporters showed up in large numbers with banners and flags.
Yadav thanked his followers for their support by saying:
“There are so many people out here, it feels really good to see the support that the Indian team is getting. I noticed one fan and I am going to call him out here, I want to see what questions he has for me.”
India seized a 1-0 series lead after the No. 1 T20I batter put on a performance to remember. On November 22 at McLean Park in Napier. The Men in Blue will play New Zealand in the third Twenty20 International.